Michelle Woodward: invVEST Ambassador, Education Initiatives.
Challenge-driven and reliable manager with superior abilities to implement viable solutions relating to business operations, program management, and mass communication. Leveraging over ten years of experience that blends academic discipline with key business, communication and negotiation skills, this candidate is a natural leader of global teams and programs that require flexible, metrics-driven, high-performance management.
Michelle’s specialties include:
People Management (direct and matrix), Program & Project Management, PRINCE2 Certified (Practitioner, Foundation), ITIL Certified (Foundation), Procurement & Logistics, Asset Management Research, Analysis and Metrics (Six Sigma), Event Planning & Meeting Facilitation, Communication and Change Management.
Michelle is very passionate about spreading awareness and education of sustainable energy practices. Her academic roles (1992-2004) include:
- Adjunct Faculty (8/01- 12/04): Cultural Anthropology, McBride Honors Program, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado
- Anthropologist – Cerén Project, El Salvador (8/96-8/03): Department of Anthropology, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
- Woodrow Wilson Intern (7/00-5/01)
- Course Instructor and Assistant (8/97-12/01): Department of Anthropology, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
- Graduate Teacher Program, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
- President, Vice President and Representative (8/97-5/00): United Government of Graduate Students, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
- Exhibit Design and Installation Assistant (1/96-5/97): University of Colorado Museum of Natural History, Boulder, Colorado
- Anthropologist – Proyecto de Sololá, Guatemala (08/92-08/96): Department of Anthropology, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas